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(Made an edit to this page because it gave the wrong information on the subject.)
(Hey was never a former member .... G-stealer was the former member and first assplayer not magnum ..)
 
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[[File:Magnum.jpg|thumb|Magnum, one of Lordi's ex-bassists.]]Sami Wolking (born 15 August 1973, Helsinki, Finland) is a Finnish bassist and a former member of the hard rock band Lordi.
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[[File:Magnum.jpg|thumb|Magnum, one of Lordi's ex-bassists.]]Sami Wolking (born 15 August 1973, Helsinki, Finland) is a Finnish bassist of the hard rock band Lordi.
   
 
Using stage name Magnum, Wolking was a member of the band from 1999 to 2002. In 2002, Wolking was fired due to his poor motivation for the band.
 
Using stage name Magnum, Wolking was a member of the band from 1999 to 2002. In 2002, Wolking was fired due to his poor motivation for the band.

Latest revision as of 16:21, February 12, 2019

Magnum

Magnum, one of Lordi's ex-bassists.

Sami Wolking (born 15 August 1973, Helsinki, Finland) is a Finnish bassist of the hard rock band Lordi.

Using stage name Magnum, Wolking was a member of the band from 1999 to 2002. In 2002, Wolking was fired due to his poor motivation for the band.

Magnum can be seen in the music video for Would You Love a Monsterman? and played bass on Lordi's first album, Get Heavy. He also recorded the un-released Lordi album Bend Over And Pray The Lord, but did not play bass on it.

Today, he plays bass in the band Naked Idol. Naked Idol is a rock band from Espoo, Finland.

Bands Edit

  • Noroses
  • Lordi (1999-2002)
  • Naked Idol (2006-)

Character Background Edit

Magnum was a cyborg from an advanced civilization originating in the Alpha Centauri star system. As a mercenary, he fought in the defense forces of Mu Arae. Eventually killed in action, he was then resurrected as an undead cyborg. After following escaping Mu Arae manbeasts to Earth, Mr. Lordi found him and proposed an alliance. Magnum's first appearance was in the fictional comic book Monsterican presents: The Cyber-Zombie from Outer Space #1.

Discography Edit

  • Lordi: Would You Love a Monsterman? (bass, backing vocals)
  • Lordi: Get Heavy (bass, backing vocals)
  • Lordi: Last Kiss Goodbye (bass, backing vocals)
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